Hackers publish list of stolen data

Hackers publish list of stolen data
continental server

Hackers from Lockbit Ransomware Group have stolen a lot of data from an automotive supplier.

(Photo: Continental AG)

Düsseldorf in case of cyber attack CONTINENTAL The hackers apparently captured not only huge amounts of sensitive data, but also huge amounts. This comes from a list the hackers have now published on their blog on the dark web.

The text file is 7.6 billion characters long, approximately eight gigabytes in size and lists the storage paths of 55 million files. According to the hackers, all these come from the Conti server.

The list includes, among other things, budgets, investment and strategy plans, human resources documents and confidential documents and communications from executive and supervisory boards. The correspondence of Wolfgang Ritzl, the head of the supervisory board, has also apparently been affected.

According to the list, the hackers also captured data related to customers including carmakers Volkswagen, mercedes And bmw, In the case of VW, for example, it is all about the specifications for the software, control units as well as the terms and conditions of the contract.

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